Community Roundup: Thesis Skins

As you know, we’ve been on fire for the last month and a half with the release of Thesis 2.1, a fresh new home page, the Social Triggers Skin, and the forthcoming Pearsonified Skin.

But we aren’t the only ones who’ve been crushing it.

Some of the power users in the Thesis community have been hard at work on their own Skins, too.

Today, I’ll introduce you to a few of them.

Third-party Thesis Skins for Every Kind of Site

Looking for the perfect design for your Thesis site? There’s a Skin for that, and if we haven’t built the precise one for your needs yet, someone else in the Thesis community probably has.

Let’s take a quick look at a few of the movers and shakers who are creating Thesis 2.1-ready Skins you can use right now.

BYOB Website

Rick Anderson, who is the man behind BYOB Website and also the best Thesis teacher on the planet, has created a collection of Thesis resources that includes some seriously powerful Skins.

Although most of BYOB Website’s resources require a membership to download and use, some of them—like a version of the Agility Skin—can be downloaded for free.

Themedy Themes

The Hodder brothers (Matt and Mark) may have more experience than anyone else on this list when it comes to creating Skins, child themes, and custom WordPress designs.

And that’s why it’s no surprise that their company, Themedy Themes, offers an impressive array of nine different Thesis 2.1-ready Skins tailored to specific purposes.

No matter what kind of site you want to run, Themedy Themes has a Skin that will not only suit your needs, but also make you look damn good in the process.

(And be sure to check out the new Splash and Readyfolio 2 Skins—I know you’re gonna dig ’em!)

More Promising Skin Shops

Here’s another shop focused on cranking out Thesis 2.1-ready Skins:

  • WP Thesis Skins — Sakthi offers a ton of Thesis Skins with various looks that should appeal to just about everyone.

About the author: Thesis creator Chris Pearson is obsessed with optimizing the web and making sure every last detail receives the attention it requires. Follow DIYthemes on Twitter for the latest tips and info on building truly awesome websites.